The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'Traditional Hot Rods' started by WillysRule, Dec 5, 2010.
Thanks Rocky,Nice detail in those photos.
found a few more
and a few more from the pc
Doug Ganschow's ex Al Pfieffer 33 Willys. Badass car.
Wow Rocky! Thank you for letting us spectators behind the curtain, fantastic build, fantastic car. Very cool.
Beautiful '36 located in Hawaii!
Two Stockers ('36 sedan, and '34 coupe) and two Street Rods ('33 coupe, and '35 coupe)...the yellow '33 has a grille carved out of wood...neat job!!!
hi. i´m new here on this forum. sorry for the bad english but i will try to explaine my latest found.
i went home to a old man who i heard has a strange old american car in his barn. it was a willys77 1936. i asked him if it was for sale. could be he told me. the car has been in an old carpenters workshop since mid fifties. it has about 2 hours of welding rust, thats it!! =) the price for the car was about 2000 dollars (15000 swedish). di i need to say the car was mine? wen i went there to pic up the car who was in parts since a older restoration. that owner did not finish it. the car is sold new in sweden and has never been welded anywhere. some parts did have another color. i ask him why and he answered, it´s from the other cars? it shows he did have 2 willys 77 more i bought all 3 for less than 2000 dollar. it is the 4 door sedan model. i realy want a delivery but willys are really hard to find in sweden. i will put pictures here soon but the plan is to build an old school gasser of it.
Great find! I look forward to seeing pics.
the reason i cant put pictures here is because im working night and have the pictures at my pc. i will put it up in the moorning.
i would be very happy if i could find dealers of willys-parts in us. if there is any? the car is going to have a smalblock chevy with 6-71, 12 spoke wheels in front and rocket racing in the rear end. i am thinking of having fiberglas fenders on it but the rest of the car in metal.
if someone have pictures of the taillights 1936 and also the sparetire cover i would be very happy. the old man has lot of parts where the cars have been and i cant say what part is for the willys. he also had a chevy, a renault and a opel. al cars are 36?!
Here's picture of the spare tire cover on a '36 sedan...I'll look for one that has the taillights on it too
Here's a link to Mike Nordahl's Willys Replacement parts and the page with '36 sedan taillights.
thanks for the links. is there any more you now, just put them here.
a couple of smal pictures at my tread at swedish street rod forum. more to come when the car is picked up. soon, just waiting for snow to melt =)
forgot the pictures today. fix it in the moorning.
some pictures where it stands now. this week or the next week it is going home. all parts are already at home. no rust whatsoever. =)
Looks like you've got a really nice Willys sedan there to start your gasser project. How about some pics of another sedan for inspiration. This thing is a real time capsule from the 60's.
Here's another sweet sedan...
Here's my 1933 sedan....
Beatiful car. The ghost flames in the red are a really nice touch.
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